Does Learning Ally cost money?

An annual membership that provides access to all the services that Learning Ally offers costs $135*. But not just anyone can qualify for these services. In order to comply with federal copyright law, Learning Ally is able to produce audiobooks only by documenting that their members have disabilities.

Can you get Learning Ally for free?

Students can enjoy Learning Ally books by downloading our free app Link to school computers, Chromebooks and to students' iOS or Android smartphones or tablets.

Can anyone use Learning Ally?

Can all students have access to Learning Ally? No. Only students that have been determined to be eligible by an educator or other professional within Learning Ally's Eligibility Guide and Terms of Service are eligible to access the Learning Ally Audiobook Solution.


How can I learn ally?

If you are interested in Learning Ally access for your school, please complete the enrollment form. If you have any questions, please contact Kimberlie Hiler at [email protected] Returning schools do not need to enroll again. Parents: Visit our community page to get involved.

Is Learning Ally just audiobooks?

In addition to audiobooks, your Learning Ally membership comes with some lasting and invaluable perks: Enjoy free playback software for Apple or Android smartphones and tablets, PC or Mac computers, Chromebooks or other devices. Attend member only webinars and real life events at no additional charge.


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Are audiobooks good for kids with dyslexia?

Audiobooks can help students who read slowly by allowing them to focus on the meaning of what they're reading rather than decoding the words on the page. In general, a dyslexic's listening comprehension may be stronger than their reading comprehension.

How do I cancel my Learning Ally account?

You may cancel your membership at any time by contacting Member Services at 1-800-221-4792 or [email protected]

What is the difference between Learning Ally and Bookshare?

Bookshare books are read with high quality text-to-speech voices, whereas Learning Ally uses human-narrated voices. This approach allows Bookshare to give members greater choice and timely access to books, as well as flexibility in reading.

What devices does Learning Ally work on?

Learning Ally audiobooks can be played on: iOS Apple devices (iPhone, iPod touch and iPod) Android devices.


What is my learning ally password?

To retrieve your password, please enter the username / email address you used when you initially established your account. This website does not support password retrieval. However, you can have a new random password generated for you, which will be sent to the email address you provided during registration.

Are there audio textbooks?

Audio textbooks are educational books and resources you can listen to using your desktop browser or a mobile device. Like podcasts, audio textbooks are great for self-education, as well as as additional aid to students and teachers.

Is dyslexia a print disability?

According to the Higher Education Opportunity Act (2008), a person with a print disability “experiences barriers to accessing instructional material in non-specialized formats.” I like to use the term print disability to describe people who have difficulty accessing print because they have significant visual impairment ...

How do you listen to books on learning ally?

  1. STEP 2: DOWNLOAD APP.
  2. STEP 3: DOWNLOAD BOOK.
  3. STEP 1: SELECT BOOK.
  4. STEP 4: LISTEN AND ENJOY.
  5. 1 Choose audiobooks that your child will like reading. Enjoyment is critical. ...
  6. 2 Make listening a habit. ...
  7. 3 Encourage your child to stick with it. ...
  8. 4 Read the text and listen at the same time to build reading skills.


How do I get a bookshare account?

There are three steps to becoming a Bookshare member:
  1. Register online. Click “Sign Up Today” Click Sign Up Individual. Complete all of the required fields. A welcome email will be sent to confirm your account submission.
  2. Provide proof of disability. Review the list of qualifying disabilities.
  3. Pay membership fee.


How audiobooks help struggling readers?

Audiobooks allow students to hear explicit sounds of letters and letter patterns that form words. Audiobooks also help students engage in text and gain exposure to more words, ultimately improving vocabulary, comprehension and critical thinking skills.

Are audio books good for reluctant readers?

We also found audiobooks were effective at engaging reluctant, struggling and developing readers. Children are able to access a wider range of stories through audiobooks, where difficulty understanding a written text is a barrier, with stories beyond their reading level made accessible.

Why are audio books good for dyslexics?

Listening to audiobooks can help bridge the gap between decoding words and assigning meaning. Receiving information both visually and audibly reinforces word recognition, improves fluency, builds vocabulary and supports the development of comprehension skills.


Can you listen to audiobooks for free?

Still, there are several websites and apps that you can use to listen to and/or download free audiobooks legally. Among them are LibriVox, Project Gutenberg and Spotify. If you're looking for a full list of ways to find free audiobooks that you'd normally have to pay for, you probably won't find it on this list.

Can I listen to Audible without a subscription?

No! You can purchase Audible audiobooks without having a membership plan. However, you will be paying full price for the audiobooks using your credit card as opposed to taking advantage of our membership benefits and discounts. Follow the steps below to learn more on purchasing.

Is there a Netflix for audiobooks?

If you're a fan of audiobooks, you're probably familiar with the many options available for listening to your favorite authors.

What are examples of students with print disabilities?

These students include students who are blind or visually impaired, students who have Reading Disabilities or physical conditions that make it difficult to hold a book or turn a page.


What does print disabled mean?

Generally described as a disability that makes it difficult or impossible to access standard text, print disabilities include blindness or visual impairments, physical disabilities that make it hard to hold a book, or a severe learning disability that makes it difficult to process written text.

How can I listen to textbooks for free?

Where to find free audiobooks online
  1. Librivox.
  2. Lit2Go.
  3. Loyal Books.
  4. Mind Webs.
  5. Open Culture.
  6. Libby by Overdrive.
  7. Podiobooks.
  8. Project Gutenberg.


Does learning ally have textbooks?

Learning Ally has an extensive library of over 80,000 human-read audiobooks including fiction, non-fiction, textbooks and primary source documents.